Food Fighters

Food Fighters TV show on NBCNetwork: NBC
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: July 22, 2014 — TBD
Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Adam Richman (host) with chefs Cat Cora, Elizabeth Falkner, Duff Goldman, Lorena Garcia, Jet Tila, and G. Garvin.

TV show description:      
Hosted by Adam Richman, this cooking competition gives homegrown amateur cooks a chance to test their skills against professional chefs.

Every down-home cook has a signature dish or secret family recipe. In the show, the home chef and five professionals prepare that same dish in an attempt to win over a dinner party made up of regular people.

With each victory, the cash prize gets bigger and bigger as the home cooks rise to every challenge and outcook the professional chefs.

Series Finale:     
Episode #TBD
This TV series has not ended yet.
First aired: TBD

  

What do you think? Do you like the Food Fighter TV show? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for another season?

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15 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Janice White says

    For the people who says that Food Fighters shows who’s going to win. There is only one Chef playing against the Professional Chefs so of course the person playing against them is going to be shown. The winner isn’t picked until after.

    Please renew this show.

  2. Carrie says

    My family and I loved the show! We thought it was wholesome, fun, and entertaining. We were always on the edge of our seats wondering if the home cooks beat the professional chefs. Many stories about the home cooks and things they have been through touched me and I was glad to see them win some money. Adam Richman is a great host. He knows his foods! :) Thanks for airing this game show; please continue!!!

  3. gmama says

    Please don’t cancel this show! It is the perfect twist to the plethora of cooking competitions on TV. It glorifies the home cook and proves that “chefy” recipes are not the only ones that satisfy the palate. I also love that the show doesn’t carry-over folks from week to week. That format wears on me. It’s good, it’s cute, it’s fun and I cheer and cry for the success of the home cooks who are introduced to the audience in a way that makes you care about them. This show should have the shelf life of “Chopped.” I only hope I can decide what 5 recipes I can make in 20 minutes so that I can compete.

  4. says

    My husband and I laugh so hard at this show! Why? You always show who wins during the next segment peview!!!!! Are you crazy! You ruin the outcome, there is no suspense and it’s just plain amatuer night for the producers. Forget being rigged it’s just stupid.

  5. Richard says

    They said they’re just normal people pulled off the makeup the dinner party which choose is who wins. the premiere episode 2 of the dinner party were people on the SyFy Channel show called opposite worlds. They are actors….

  6. Teresa says

    Food fighters is a good show but you always know what person wins before they actually do. You show the next scene which shows another chef coming in and you know the ametaur cook wins. Don’t show us before it happens !! It doesn’t make sense ! Thanks

  7. says

    I love the show and it should not be cancelled. My daughter Stacy sent me a text about the show and told me to check it out because I love to cook and she said that I should go on the show. After watching the show I text her back to let her that I had to learn how to cook for five people and not fifty plus. She told me to get started, but where do I begin. I asked Stacy if she had any suggestions and she said what could I cook in twenty-thirty minuets. I had to pause and think about it for a long time. I mean a long time. I came up with a few things and she thought that it was a great idea. Now to break down the recipes and get to work.

  8. Joe Reynolds says

    This show is rigged . No way can home cooks out perform professional chefs
    Only two three times have the chefs won on 15 tries
    No way show rigged

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